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solution, the big solution which includes tax reform and dealing with entitlements. maybe i am a whistling past the graveyard, but for the first time, i feel a tiny bit of help they can get this done. >> did we hear a suggestion from john boehner this week that a bank might consider an increase in tax revenues? -- that date might consider an increase in tax revenues? >> if you sync social security, not a crazy idea, that is a tax increase -- >>>> it is not a tax increase, it is a reduction in benefits. >> obama has, so far, thrown in the palace. says he wants of the polls close, but that wjla.com -- he says he wants loopholes closed, but that kind of increase does not get you very far. where do you cut? you have to cut everywhere, especially entitlements, especially defense. but you also have to out tax increases. >> has obama at thrown in the towel? >> that is not true. obama, as i understand it, as presented a range of options. the outside one was $4 trillion. the little group decided to drop through the weekend about getting to the big one $4 trillion which would include tax reform, may
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it in public once. >> why is it that when he offers a big dl, the $4 trillion deal -- >> the grand bargain. >> the grand bargain republicans backed away from it. he offered that last week. delaware? >> he did it publicly. >> give me a number. >> in a matter of two days, republicans backed away from that and said they do not want it. >> you accept everything he says a $4 trillion deal, you do not have a single item in it that you can enunciate. >> i am not at the table. perhaps you are. >> how does he expect america to accept something he has not explained? >> he said he was going to get from his own people -- >> [unintelligible] >> john boehner believe that there was a $4 trillion deal, and he is not a naive, newcomer to washington. he has been around. but he also knows some history. the last time we had a major budget deal that by every definition work was bill clilinton in 1993. without a single republican voting for it in the house and senate. it included twice as much in tax increases and revenues as it did in spending cuts, and what happened after that? 22 million new jobs were creat
will in fact take some hits. there will be -- educatation will take big hits with the pelll grants.. to achieve the so-called cuts th they are talking about would mean that a lot of people could be severely, serely hurt. >> but we cannot sustain this level of debt forever. >> cannot, but here is what is wrong -- we have to get control of the deficits, but we do not want to do anything on the revenue sidide. all of the change, all of the pain is coming fm the cuts. you are still leaving those taxax cuts to the wealthyy untouched. still leaving the subsidies in the for the oil companies untouched. everything to the poor folks and middle-class folks, you u bear t the brunt of this. >> mitt romney this week -- "my view is we need a president who agrees to cut cap, and balance the budt. we've not heard much from them, but we dd hear that. >> he does not want to get too far out on a limb here. in the grand bargain, there were revenue increases c closing loopholes that no one wants to defend except for grover norquist, who is having an incredible amount of power in this debate. there is a counter int
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